here some Bullshit news, first the U.S. goverment yesterday announce that the megaupload servers that has all our data, said that megaupload servers could contain child pornography which would render them contraband and limit carpathia's (the ones holding the megauplaod servers) options for dealing with them.
Well by the looks of things all the data people uploaded is still on the servers but this is both good news and bad news, some people would have preferred it if all the data was wiped out that way they could not be sued but it looks like those guys at MPAA said they will not sue individuals.
But their is something that vexes me, the guys who owned the MU leased servers say they need money from MU in order to turn back on the servers, does this mean if MU's assets were unfrozen MU would return or something on the lines of that?
Anonymous has sure been quiet lately, but today's federal bust of Megaupload riled 'em up good: a retaliatory strike against DoJ.gov (and plenty of other foes) leaving them completely dead.
DownForEveryoneOrJustMe.com is reporting the department's site as universally nuked, and an Anonymous-affiliated Twitter account is boasting success. This is almost certainly the result of a quickly-assembled DDoS attack—and easily the widest in scope and ferocity we've seen in some time. If you had any doubts Anonymous is still a hacker wrecking ball, doubt no more.
The combination of the hacking nebula's SOPA animosity—they've been a vocal opponent of the bill since its inception—combined with today's sudden Megaupload news has made the group bubble over: hundreds upon hundreds of Anon operatives are in a plotting frenzy, chatting about which site will go down next. In Anon's eyes, the government and media interests are responsible for the undue destruction of Megaupload (and the arrest of four of its operators), so it'll be exactly those entities that're feeling the pain right now. Pretty much every company that makes movies, TV, or music, along with the entirety of the federal government, is in Anonymous' crosshairs.
But not the news about the site was get updated or renewed so far.
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